3D Models & Prints

I’ve been working on a couple of other things this week as well. The main thing is getting back to some 3D modeling. This time, modeling the cranium of Aegyptopithecus zeuxis. You can view the 3D model on Sketchfab. Aegyptopithecus zeuxis Cranium by Ed Gonzalez-Tennant[…]

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Captioning Videos

This is the time of the semester when things really start to take off. More of my teaching is transitioning to online, like a growing number of faculty, particularly junior faculty. Those of us lucky enough to have teaching positions following the 2008 meltdown have[…]

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Heritage & Climate

This post briefly describes some ongoing work on the intersection of heritage and climate change, and specifically my work reconstructing the historical landscape of Atsena Otie Key in Levy County, Florida. So, without further ado, buckle up! It’s an online lecturer… It’s a streamer… It’s[…]

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Preparing for Spring 2019 Semester

Welcome to my first weeknotes post. Don’t know what I’m talking about? Check this out! I’ll add to my weeknotes throughout the week and they’ll go live between Friday and Sunday. This is a part of my decision to leave Facebook. I will use my[…]

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Leaving Facebook

Did you see the recent Motherboard article on replacing Facebook (FB) with personal websites? I really like this idea, and since I have a website and hate FB, I’m doing it! I’ll keep this short. Yes, this is another “I’m leaving Facebook” post. My reasons[…]

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Teaching Resource: 3D Hominin Lab

This lab provides a ‘hands-on’ opportunity to explore hominin evolution using 3D models. I’ve been using a version of this lab since the fall semester of 2017 at the University of Central Florida. The lab is divided into two parts. The first portion requires students[…]

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Mapping 20th Century African American Travel

UPDATE (10/29/2015) – Scroll to the bottom of this post for an interactive map. The recent announcement that the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture has digitized their Green Book collection is exciting news. Published between 1936 and 1966, these books provided a growing[…]

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